Most businesses could save 10% on their energy bills through either no or relatively low-cost measures. Reducing energy usage and expenditure by introducing energy management strategies to the workplace requires commitment and cooperation. For energy saving initiatives to reach their full effect businesses need to educate and train their teams.
For an organisation to successfully reduce costs, guidelines for the implementation of energy initiatives such as energy management and efficiency training, the development of aims and objectives should be set at board level before being cascaded to senior management and, in turn, communicated to the workforce.
Utilitywise has vast experience training teams in energy management, energy efficiency and advising on strategies when it comes to energy saving initiatives. We can visit your organisation to train staff on site or simply train your in-house trainer.
We also offer an online energy awareness training course and can provide booklets for your staff with tips on how to save energy and water in the workplace. Even small measures such as powering down computer equipment overnight or turning off lights when not in use can make a significant difference to an organisation’s energy bills. For any of these energy schemes to succeed all employees must be kept aware of the positive impact they are having on the business overall.
In order to support you with this, Utilitywise can help you:
t-mac specialise in monitoring and management systems for business energy and were acquired in April 2015 by Utilitywise. SMART.DASH by t-mac is a responsive energy dashboard that enables you to view, compare and share energy data with staff making energy management understandable for everyone.
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